A BREAK in wet conditions has paved the way for GrainCorp to record its busiest week of harvest across the eastern states this year.
More than one million tonnes of grain made its way into receivals across NSW, Victoria and Queensland this past week, taking the overall total to more than eight million tonnes for the season.
NSW accounted for the majority of this week's deliveries with 1,083,380 tonnes reaching GrainCorp sites across the state, taking NSW's overall total to 4,591,230 tonnes.
Dubbo, Wyalong and Griffith were among NSW's busiest sites during the past week.
Harvest operations in Victoria are progressing as sites across the state recorded a bump in activity during the past week, especially across the north east of the state and the Wimmera regions, including very strong canola deliveries.
In the past week, 858,810 tonnes made it to GrainCorp's Victorian sites, taking the state's total to 2,055,510 tonnes so far.
The company is currently seeking more causal workers to work at its sites during the harvesting season, to help manage the expected bumper crop coming in.
More information is available at www.graincorp.com.au/harvest-casuals.
Queensland is on the home stretch in terms of harvest deliveries as most of the season's final loads make their way into GrainCorp's Goondiwindi site.
More than 24,000 tonnes made its way into Queensland sites in the past week, taking the state's total to 1,689,2301 tonnes for the season.
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